Greg Rollett (@g_ro) certainly thinks so. Or at least he has the confidence in that he can help me become a Rockstar with the Under 30 Rock Star Business Series. The Under 30 part, well, can’t help me with that. I haven’t been Under 30 for 6 years. So I guess I can be an Under 40 Rockstar, right?

My Friend and famous blogger Murray Newlands connected me with Greg. They met at Affiliate Summit East. I unfortunately did not get to meet Greg but will fix that mistake at IZEAFest 2009.

Murray asked me to check out Greg’s upcoming program called the Under 30 Rock Star Business Series. Here are some awesome highlights for the course.

  • 4 Live Interactive Training Sessions
  • Week 1 – September 14th – Creating Your Voice With a Blog
  • Week 2 – September 21st – Creating Your Presence with Social Media
  • Week 3 – September 28th – Rock Star SEO and Internet Marketing
  • Week 4 – Advanced Strategies to Blow Your Brand Up Online
  • Unlimited Q&A after every session
  • Private Members Forum
  • Secret Twitter HashTag
  • Access to the training 24/7/365 a Day After We Go Over It Live

I personally am excited about the course because I have become a fan of Greg’s blog and he is a guy who knows what he is talking about regarding personal branding. Here he is talking with Fox regarding building a personal brand and why it is so important.

Greg is joined by two other guys who know about lifestyle design and personal branding. These guys are Matt Wilson (@mattwilsontv) and Jared O’Toole (@jaredotoole). They run the blog http://under30ceo.com/. Matt and Jared landed a national radio show because of their personal brands. Why should you sign up for this intensive course? Why don’t I let Matt tell you in his own words.

Some info about Matt from the U30 blog.

Matt Wilson graduated Bryant University after leading the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization to becoming the world’s #1 entrepreneurship organization and earned personal accolades as National Student Leader of the Year. Hungry for more, Wilson decided he had found a niche bringing together smart, innovative, passionate people and co-founded Under30CEO a lifestyle magazine for young entrepreneurs. Wilson has used social media to create huge buzz online around the brand, landing U30 their national radio deal. His personal mission is to help every young entrepreneur on the planet live the dream.

Jared also has a passionate message as to why you should take part in the Under 30 Rockstart Business Series.

Some info about Jared from the U30 blog.

Jared O’Toole, a graduate of Ithaca College realized corporate finance was not for him during the tedious interview process. Instead he decided to fully immerse himself in the social media world and build his own image which has led to radio deals, book features and speaking engagements. Jared has since co-founded Under30CEO.com a lifestyle magazine for young professionals. He hopes to lead as many people as possible to live the dream by doing what they are truly passionate about in life.

These are guys who cannot even rent a car in some states yet they are working with companies like Coca-Cola, Miller Lite, The Employment Guide, Warner Bros, Disney, Strayer University, and countless small businesses, personal brands and entrepreneurs just like you. They have a unique and interesting message and I am looking forward to hearing it starting September 14, 2009.

Back to Greg. You saw greg’s video above from Fox lets hear what he has to say about the Under 30 Rockstar Business Series.

Here is some info about Greg from the U30 blog.

Greg is a Gen-Y on a mission. From Rocking For Hunger in the nonprofit world to consulting for Coca-Cola, Miller Lite, Employment Guide, Warner Bros as well as countless small businesses, personal brands and bands, Greg is a proven Social Media and SEO consultant and marketer. His current project is Rock Star Lifestyle Design, a site dedicated to helping 20somethings live the life they want now through leveraging their networks, Internet Marketing as well as Doing Good for Social Change. Hailing from Orlando, FL he has built his business to include Label 2.0, an interactive marketing training portal for musicians with partners like Grooveshark, ReverbNation and SoundOps. Other projects include serving on the Board of Directors at doterati, Central Florida’s Interactive and Tech Association, speaking at conferences all over the country and running a number of Internet Marketing and affiliate sites.

Greg, Matt and Jared are so passionate about helping you achieve your goals in social media. You might be thinking, well sure they are going to make money from this of course they are passionate. Well, they could have made this course open to anyone and everyone and raked in tons of money from it. they didn’t, they choose instead to make this a course limited to 200 people so that they could build a community from those people and be available to help each person out in their questions. In addition to everything you get as part of the course you also get this recently added bonus material just for signing up. …a 30 minute MP3 with Matt, Jared and I talking about what a personal brand is and what it has done for our careers and our business. I even share the secret of how I landed Coca-Cola as a 24 year old marketing consultant!

I know that there is a rockstar within me and there is one in you. Want to find out more on how to let that Rockstar out? Sign up today for The Under 30 Rock Star Business Series before space runs out. Tell them BenSpark sent you.

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16 Responses to “Can I Still be a RockStar?”

  1. MLDina says:

    I’m a fan of these guys too. I follow the blog, and met Greg briefly at ASE. Looking forward to the series.

  2. Drew says:

    Dina,
    Are all the cool Social Media folks concentrated down in Orlando?

  3. Greg Rollett says:

    Orlando is the happenin spot for cool Social Media folks no doubt. Thanks again for hanging out on the call and look forward to saying hello at IZEA Fest.
    .-= Look at what Greg Rollett wrote blog ..An Interview with Blogger and Affiliate Marketer Murray Newlands =-.

  4. Drew says:

    Thanks Greg,
    It seems that more and more people are based in Florida or specifically Orlando. The call was a very good one. Looking forward to the Under 30 Rock Star Business Series.

  5. John Raser says:

    haha! yes, Drew! it’s a hotbed down here!
    .-= Look at what John Raser wrote blog ..An Olympic Legend Remembers Coach Richard Quick =-.

  6. Drew says:

    John,

    I don’t think we’ll be moving there anytime soon but it is tempting.

  7. John Raser says:

    haha! We’ll see what you’re saying after IZEA Fest in O-Town!

    Great post, Drew! Thanks for sharing! I love how much of an interest you have recently taken in personal branding and applaud you for not being afraid to shake things up a bit and take some risks. Kudos! I always love visiting BenSpark.com!
    .-= Look at what John Raser wrote blog ..An Olympic Legend Remembers Coach Richard Quick =-.

  8. Drew says:

    Thanks John,

    I’ve been interested in Personal Branding for some time. I just haven’t been doing it so well till lately. :-)

  9. MLDina says:

    Some of us are, but the rest are up in Attleboro, Canada, and the UK!

  10. Drew says:

    Dina,
    There certainly are many cool folks from all over. It just seems that Florida has been a hotbed of social media.

  11. Murray says:

    Thank you so much for the mention and the link as ever :) You Famous Blogger you.

  12. Drew says:

    Murray,

    If I know anything it is that you sir are a rock star and your knowledge of all things blogging has helped me tremendously.

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  14. MLDina says:

    We do have quite the reputation, but mostly in Orlando :)

  15. Drew says:

    Dina,

    I guess so. But it is a good one for the most part, right? It seems that I constantly hear about tweetups and other Orlando based events.